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Corpus Tempus: Evaluating the use of art, cultural and medical artefacts to support public health

Summary

Evaluating the use of art, cultural and medical artefacts to support public health

Start Date

28 Aug 2021 11:00 am

End Date

9 Oct 2021 4:00 pm

Venue

Plimsoll Gallery


photograph by Pat Brassington of a bird in flight and a dolls head.

Image: Pat Brassington, Freeze Frame, 2016, diptych, pigment print.


Corpus Tempus: Evaluating the use of art, cultural and medical artefacts to support public health

Thank you for visiting the Corpus Tempus Exhibition.

We are inviting audiences/visitors to the Corpus Tempus exhibition at the Plimsoll Gallery, Hobart, during 27th August – 8th October to talk to us about the collated works.

The aim of this evaluation is to explore how people who visit the Corpus Tempus exhibition respond to and reflect on their perceptions of health and disease through viewing the collated works. If you are interested in talking with us, go to survey to read the project information and consent, complete a 5-10 minute, 9-item questionnaire, and leave your contact details to participate in an interview.  A research team member will contact you to organise a phone interview with you. If you have any questions, please contact

Dr Jennifer Ayton, Tasmanian School of Medicine, College of Health and Medicine. Jennifer.ayton@utas.edu.au +61 6226 4240

Dr Eliza Burke, Tasmanian School of Medicine, College of Health and Medicine. Eliza.burke@utas.edu.au +61 3 6226 4821

go to survey  > > > >


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Exhibition dates: Saturday 28 August - Saturday 9 October 2021

Gallery Hours all other times: Tuesday - Saturday 11am- 4pm (during exhibitions)
Closed Sundays, Mondays and Public holidays